Allergy Relief Audio/Print Reports Part 3 of 3
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Do You Know These Common Allergy Symptoms?
You known youre allergic when you react to certain substances youve been exposed to before. For instance, you may have eaten shellfish before but the next time you eat foods containing shellfish, you develop rashes. An allergy occurs when your body overreacts to things that dont normally cause problems for most people. These things are called allergens and your bodys overreaction to them are what causes allergy symptoms.
Common Allergy Symptoms are:
Itchy nose, eyes, and roof of mouth
Pressure in the nose and cheeks
Ear fullness and popping
Dark circles under the eyes
What Causes these Allergy Symptoms?
No one really knows why someone develops allergy. Studies have shown that allergy may be hereditary or genetic. Others say that allergy is just something that develops over time and disappears, also over time. But one thing is certain, there are certain specific factors found in the environment that can trigger the body to develop allergy symptoms.
The most common allergen is pollen from trees, grass, and weeds. Allergy symptoms caused by these allergens often occur in the spring (late April and May) and may also occur late in the summer (late May to mid-July). Ragweed allergens may also cause allergy symptoms in the fall (late August to the first frost).
In direct contrast to pollen, which is airborne, molds are contracted by contact through the skin. Mold is common where water tends to collect, such as shower curtains, window moldings and damp basements. It can also be found in rotting logs, hay, mulches, commercial peat moss, compost piles, and leaf litter. Allergy symptoms caused by molds become worse during humid and rainy weather.
Another common type of allergen is animal dander. These are proteins found in the skin, saliva, and urine of furry pets, such as cats and dogs.
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